DeLonghi 30cm Induction Cooktop

DE302IB
This black DeLonghi cooktop is an induction cooktop. You can achieve cooking nirvana with its 2 cooking zones. The black DeLonghi DE302IB is electric powered and has 9 power levels. Its power boost lets you quickly heat foods. The black DE302IB cooktop has a timer. It includes a child safety lock and automatic safety switch off. ...more
$799.00
10 weekly payments of $79.90
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DeLonghi
  • Black

    Colour
  • 30cm

    Cooktop Category Size
  • 2

    Number Cooking Zones

Technical Specs +

Cooktop Type:
Induction
Colour:
Black
Finish:
Black ceramic glass
Fuel Type:
Electric
Cooktop Category Size:
30cm
Number Cooking Zones:
2
Power Levels:
9
Controls:
Front Touch Controls
Automatic Pan Recognition:
No
Power Boost:
Yes
Timer:
Yes
Child Safety Lock:
Yes
Residual Heat Indicators:
Yes
Automatic Safety Switch Off:
Yes
Width (mm):
300
Height (mm):
68
Depth (mm):
510
Additional Features:
LED Display, Frameless Bevelled Glass - easy to clean
Manufacturer's Warranty:
2 Year

30cm Induction Cooktop reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Design
8.5
Performance
9.5
Ease of cleaning
9.5
Functionality
9.0
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
10 out of 10

TRISTEN

Noosaville
+
Great product, easy to use.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 19 January 2016
Published on: 30 January 2016
8 out of 10

PETER

Black Rock
+
For use on an inverter in our camper. Its relatively short, easy to control the power levels (important when operating off an inverter), and cooks well!
The power actually pulses rather than be steady. A table lists the power levels and corresponding wattages but the actual wattages are ~10% higher - the power pulses to give an average that is what is in the table. Not a huge problem, but important to know when running off an inverter.
Confirmed purchase: 27 March 2015
Published on: 14 April 2015

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